Meet our globe-trotting champion sheep shearer
There are only about half-a-dozen Irish people who make their living by travelling around the globe shearing sheep.
World champion sheep shearer Ivan Scott (35) from Kilmacrennan, Co Donegal is one of them.
Deftly stripping a sheep of its fleece before the eyes of President Michael D Higgins was "no pressure at all" in comparison to the usual conditions, he quipped.
"I don't know if I'd be trusted to have a go at it myself," the President admitted.
Scott spends half the year in Ireland and the rest "chasing the season" around the globe - shearing sheep from Switzerland to New Zealand.
Working in 45C heat in the Australian Outback has been a career highlight.
"I do enjoy it but it's getting tougher to do all this travelling with a family at home," he said, adding that he has a seven-year-old daughter so will probably be spending more time here.
He was declared world champion at a contest in Cornwall in the UK last February, shearing 867 sheep in nine hours.